emotional suffering or distress caused by bereavement or loss. It can be physical and
emotional and a grieving response is natural. Grief may mean that you now go through
an adjustment period to adapt to your new circumstances.
You may be aware of different stages of grief. There is no right way to grieve so whatever you are feeling is your own unique experience. For some people, grief lasts a long time and can be an interference in their life.
This is called ‘complicated grief.’ Grief can be considered complicated if it is debilitating for more than one year after your loss. If you can relate to this, you may need some support.
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